For the single-sitting RCT in Ghatkopar, we will diagnose the cause of the pain and will perform the procedure upon approval from the dental surgeon.
RCT-What is it?
The root canal is a void cavity inside the tooth and this is the residence of the vital component of the tooth also called the pulp. The pulp is important as it nurtures the tooth through the blood. The pulp is also responsible for the sensitivity of the tooth due to the presence of the nerves.
In the single-sitting RCT treatment at Om Datta Dental Clinic, we remove nerves from the interior of the root canal and fill it with inert biocompatible material.
Symptoms of root canal treatment
You may need the single-sitting RCT if you have the following signs:
An acute pain that even shifts to the ear or head
Acute sensitivity to the cold or hot temperatures
Inability and uneasiness in the tooth for resisting the chewing forces
Tooth fracture that exposes the pulp
Single-sitting RCT procedure at Om Datta
Single-sitting RCT will be done under the influence of local anaesthesia.
We will drill the access hole in the tooth to permit access to the inner pulp. After this, our dental surgeon will remove the diseased pulp completely with the help of special instruments. We will eradicate the pulp tissue.
We will clean, enlarge as well as disinfect the canals.
Our dental surgeon will fill the root canal with a special paste as well as the GP points.
The tooth will be revived with the crown.
Care after the procedure of RCT
Once the procedure is performed, the teeth will remain sensitive to the impact of the pressure for a period of two to three days. So you do not need to chew on this area during the period.
Our dental specialist will provide you with antibiotics as well as painkillers.
High success rate
The single-sitting RCT in Ghatkopar has positive reviews from patients who have undergone this procedure earlier.
Alternative to RCT
The only alternative to the RCT or the single-sitting RCT is the extraction of the tooth. For complicated root canals, our dental surgeon will suggest apicoectomy.
You can call us or mail us for an appointment with our dental surgeon.